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The art on the film's videocassette packaging appears to have been plagiarized from promotional artwork for Mad Max (1979). See more »
The Isuzu Impulse seen in the climactic lake chase scene is is a different color and has different bumpers and wheels than the car seen earlier in the film. See more »
Who are we to create such a thing, heroes and villians?
Captain Barrett Coldyron:
The only difference between a hero and a villian is the amount of compensation they take for their services. At our pay scale, I'd say we're closer to heroes.
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Willard the Robot receives an end credit, although it is unclear who provided his voice. See more »
You've heard the phrase "so bad it's good!" Well, most of the time it isn't true. It's so bad, it's just bad.
But this movie truly IS so bad it's good. The dialog is horrendous and sometimes nonsensical. And they really did try to be clever with it, for instance, there's a scene where the hero is giving a presentation on his robot to some scientists - each scientist's last name, along with the name of the place they work, is the name of a Beach Boy, and the dialog in the scene is full of really labored Beach Boys song references.
Once the robot starts following one woman and she calls the police, none of the decisions made by the hero make any sense at all.
Truly a prize turkey.
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